Even if you hadn’t been there before, it was quite simple to find your way to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Saturday morning.
It’s no good, the urge to play devil’s advocate is just too strong. But I’m not driven by mischief, I just think there’s a lot more to yesterday’s rules policy change by the R&A and USGA than meets the (TV) eye.
On a glorious day at Wentworth with temperatures in the 80s, only a Scot would complain about the weather. But Scott Jamieson’s point was a wider one that the perfect conditions for the first day of the BMW PGA Championship.
Jacket or jug?
Records. Dontcha just love ‘em? What do you mean it’s just us journalists?
St Andrews headstone will finally mark the last resting place of three times Open Champion Jamie Anderson
He was the 19th century professional golfer from St Andrews who won the Open Championship three times yet died destitute in the Thornton Poorhouse before being buried in an unmarked St Andrews grave.
Football is a gentlemen's game played by rogues while rugby is a rogues' game played by gentlemen.
Arnold Palmer won his last major 52 years ago. If the eulogies for him on his death at 87 puzzle you, that bare statistic isn’t going to help.
Jordan Spieth had to go to the verge of a complete breakdown in front of millions watching around the world before he surged to claim the Claret Jug in another unforgettable final day of the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Jack McDonald remains the only home standard bearing within hailing distance of the lead at the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge despite a combination that one would assume would be perfectly alien to visitors and at least bearable to Scots.